Seeing in Triplicate: Catching a Rare Triple Shadow Transit of Jupiter's Moons - Universe Today
The planet Jupiter is always fascinating to watch. Not only do surface features pop in and out of existence on its swirling cloud tops, but its super fast rotation — once every 9.9 hours — assures its face changes rapidly. And the motion of its four large Galilean moons is captivating to observe as well. Next … Continue reading "Seeing in Triplicate: Catching a Rare Triple Shadow Transit of Jupiter’s Moons"
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